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teejay
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ElliotB's Switchcraft
Enrique's Invisible Tarot and Invisible Gemstone
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Gypsies Go A-roving
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Piers
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A Limited Edition of
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Some of Luke Jermay's material...

John Riggs Executive Assistant and DVD's.

Piers.
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Garrad
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Most inspiring :- Both the Callahan DVD’s and Richards “No Camera Tricks”
You might say reality is the result of complex negotiations between the observer and the observed. But that is simply a point of view.


Many Thanks
Garrad
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Ipod video, XBOX360, Nokia N95
teejay
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On 2007-07-13 06:20, salsa_dancer wrote:
Ipod video, XBOX360, Nokia N95


There you go again, lol
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BETWEEN THE LINES...
The basic tool for the manipulation of reality is the manipulation of words. If you can control the meaning of words, you can control the people who must use the words.
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Sorry Salsa, would have to disagree...the N95 has been one of the most problematic phones of the year! (however when they work they are pretty incredible...you must be one of the few chosen ones with a fully functional N series!)
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Maximum Involvment and the relic

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A mime is a terrible thing to waste.
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On 2007-07-13 08:16, bigplumbz wrote:
Sorry Salsa, would have to disagree...the N95 has been one of the most problematic phones of the year! (however when they work they are pretty incredible...you must be one of the few chosen ones with a fully functional N series!)




I have had no problem at all with my phone. It has been the best phone I have had in years! I am truly chosen by the gods.
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Predictabilities and Hoodwinkings by Mick Ayres.
bear trees
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S O M pads would have to be my choice.Btw whats happened to Roth.
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Switchcraft, Mitox and a pile of Dollar hanks of white rope from Bobby Reynolds,
We dance an invisible dance to music they cannot hear.
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Add Mitox for me also
You might say reality is the result of complex negotiations between the observer and the observed. But that is simply a point of view.


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Harry Truman
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Borodin's Final Curtain, without a doubt.
"Man's highest reward for his dedication to the pursuit of excellence is not what he gets from it, but what he becomes through it."
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Thanks for the votes guys.
I don't buy many books but Lewis Jones' Seventh Heaven has been holding my interest this year: the material in the book is so incredibly dense, but very good.

I have also enjoyed Bev's Speed Learning Palmistry: deep stuff, but accessible enough for me to easily dig through it.
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Lewis Jones is an amazing thinker and an amazing person generally. I had the pleasure of spending time with him and his wife and he is a truely magical person. I can't speak high enough praise for him.
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Keeping my money in my pocket this year has been my best buy. Its been great!
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On 2007-07-13 12:10, Tom Jorgenson wrote:
Switchcraft, Mitox and a pile of Dollar hanks of white rope from Bobby Reynolds,


TJ and Tom,

Thanks so much for voting for Switchcraft.

What a great way to start the weekend!

Elliott Bresler
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Between the Lines
Amagazine
Stigmata [bloody palm]
Pentalogy
Reflections

And...for 9.95... the Casio watch [model 2747]
from Walmart that has hands that, with just
the touch of a button, automatically and
rapidly move forward in time
...until you press the button again.. and
amazingly, the hands come to rest on the spectators
chosen hour. How does it know?

dabru
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My stuff!

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The ULTIMATE Routine Series: rebirth soon!
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